The Mistress of Rosedale by Don Winslow
Edward Wallingham-Finch is an aristocratic connoisseur of sexual perversions, residing in baronial splendor at Rosedale Manor. At his side is his wife, the lovely Lady Penelope. Invited for a weekend visit, his friend James is amazed to discover that the Mistress of Rosedale is as cool and haughty as she is beautiful. James first sees her, and her equally appealing friend, Fiona, as the alluring females head to the showers following a vigorous game of tennis. When Edward finally makes the introductions, Lady Penelope defies James’ first impressions of the elegant lady. Despite her cool demeanor and natural reticence, she proves to be quite submissive to her husband and his demands. James is further surprised when Penelope begins to strip away her tennis clothes in his company, while urging her friend to do the same. When the two finally retreat to the showers, Edward takes James to a room adjacent to the bath, where, though a one-way glass, they watch the females in the shower, feasting on each other’s bodies until they arrive at an explosive end.
Penelope continues to be a study in contradictions. Though she protests Edward’s brazen sexual advances in front of James, she soon reveals herself to be an insatiable woman whose lustful demands know no bounds. While she has a natural inclination to dominate, it’s only when she’s made to submit that she turns into a sexual tigress. She likes to crawl before a man and she likes it rough. When Edward gives her to James for the weekend, while he’s off to the city with Fiona, James will see just how far the lovely female will go to please him.
A masterfully told tale by one of erotic fiction’s finest authors, with skillfully drawn scenes of sex and sexual submission. Consensual.